6 Mar 2013

Who Really Came to Abolish the Law?

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What did Jesus mean by saying he didn’t come to abolish the Law? Doesn’t our freedom depend upon its destruction? Jim and Adam discuss the difference between abolishing and fulfilling the Law, as well as showing who Jesus really described as annulling the Law. Join us!

ShovelAudio: Who Really Came to Abolish the Law?

(Audio Series: Men of Grace or Men of Law: The Sermon on the Mount)

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I love the discussion on true love!

My favorite part: “… don't kill somebody, that's based upon it’s a good thing to not kill anybody, because that would be not love…”

Great message!
Thanks,
Bryan

Bryan
“Go home to your friends, and tell them what great things the Lord has done for you, and how He has had compassion on you.” - Mark 5:19

“….who they heard it from.” As usual, it all points to Jesus.

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Random Shovelquote: Bible in view of Christ (view all shovelquotes)

If we were to hear those [Biblical] statements in view of the connected demands as to our new life in Christ, the idea of attempting to constantly review every possible principle in order to do the right thing would never fly. source